Cable AML has delivered key hardware for a multi-channel Broadband Wireless Access System for two-way data communications and online services in the People’s Republic of China (PRC). Using point-to-multipoint wireless technology as the “last-mile” solution, the system will make it possible to offer high-speed Internet connections to schools and business customers in Beijing.
“Wireless is the best way to rapidly offer high-speed Internet service in China,” said Jeffrey G. Sun, CEO of ASPAC Communications Inc., “We believe that the BWA-2001 system will allow us to quickly get subscribers on line and provide wireless services cost effectively. The Internet market in China has grown over 150% to 22.5 million users in the past year and this rapid pace of growth is continuing. The timing of this opportunity is excellent for ASPAC.”
Cable AML’s family of BWA (Broadband Wireless Access) systems is a flexible and scalable point-to-multipoint “last mile” broadband solution system designed to provide high-quality, low-cost, high-speed Internet and other telecommunications services to the customers.
ASPAC Communications, Inc. (ASPAC, www.aspac-com.com) is a leading provider of fixed wireless broadband interactive communications and online services in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) through its joint venture subsidiary YeeYoo.net (YeeYoo). ASPAC’s joint venture partners include China Education and Research Network (CERNET), second largest ISP in China, and Beijing Sino-Tech Science and Technology Development Center (SINOTECH). The combination of CERNET and SINOTECH provide the joint venture with access to over 20,000 kilometers of nationwide fiber backbone and operation services, reaching 35 major cities or over hundreds of millions of potential clients in the People’s Republic of China (PCR).
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